A Closer Look at the new EDF Methane Study

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IPAA's Energy In Depth has identified several issues with the Environmental Defense Fund's Recent Methane Study 

According to an article recently published by Energy In Depth, these include; 

#1. Exclusive Use of Facility-Scale Study Data Goes Against National Academy of Sciences’ Recommendations and Likely Exaggerates Emissions

#2. Lack of Industry Collaboration Goes Against National Academy of Sciences’ Recommendations

#3. “Alternative” Emissions Estimate That Is In Line With EPA Greenhouse Gas Inventory (And Past EDF Research) Is Not Included In Report

#4. Attempts to Discredit Study That Finds Misrepresentation of Episodic Events Can Lead to Inflated Emissions Estimates Via Daytime Bias

#5. Despite EDF’s Alarmist Characterizations, Natural Gas’ Climate Benefits Remain Clear

You can read detailed explanations on each of these issues online on the Energy In Depth, Climate & Environment Webpage 

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